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Steven Lochte Removed From SafeSport Database; Schremmer Ban Officialized

Steven Lochte was removed from the database, Mark Schremmer’s interim ban was upgraded to a permanent, & Michael McCorvy’s ban was reduced to a suspension.

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Cal (M) and Queens Swimming, Stanford Water Polo (W) Set for White House Visit

Stanford’s team released a statement saying that its members will decide individually whether they participate in the visit.

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Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Swim Team Sanctioned Over ‘Stag Survival Guide’

The Claremont-Mudd-Scripps college swimming & diving team was assigned “mandatory educational programming” after 3 senior women quit over a document produced by the men’s team.

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College Swimming Weekly Preview: Nov. 18 – Nov. 24, 2019

We’ve got a flood of mid-season invites this week, including the standout Tennessee Invite featuring ranked programs Indiana, Virginia, Tennessee & Georgia.

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Dressel Continues Record-Setting Weekend, Cracks 50 Fly (SCM) American Record

Caeleb Dressel continued racking up the records today with a US Open record in the 50 fly on the second day of the ISL’s “American Derby.”

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Caeleb Dressel Breaks U.S. Open Record in 100 Free for 2nd Time in 2 Days

Cali Condors swimmer Caeleb Dressel broke the U.S. Open Record in the 100 free on Sunday for the 2nd time this weekend in Maryland.

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Lilly King Breaks Yulia Efimova’s U.S. Open Record in 100 Breaststroke

Lilly King of the Cali Condors (above) has broken the U.S. Open Record in the 100 breaststroke in short course meters on Sunday at the ISL meet in Maryland.

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Melanie Margalis Breaks American Record in 400 IM in Maryland

Melanie Margalis now owns both American Records in IM in short course meters.

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Ian Finnerty Breaks American Record In 50 Breast At ISL American Derby

It’s been a fast start to the International Swimming League’s American derby, with an American record falling in the second men’s event.

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Jury Doesn’t Find USA Swimming Negligent, But Stockton Settlement Nets $1.125M

A California jury ruled that USA Swimming was not negligent in the case of a former Stockton swim coach who sexually abused a 13-year-old girl.

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3-Time US Olympian Elizabeth Beisel Releases Statement on Survivor Incident

Elizabeth Beisel has released a statement on controversial comments she made regarding ‘unwanted touching’ accusations from Wednesday’s episode of Survivor.

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2019-2020 NCAA Men’s Swimming & Diving Power Rankings: November Edition

Our #1-ranking votes are no longer unanimous after a fast fall season for several top programs. The uncertainty after the top two also continues.

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Regan Smith Named to Time Magazine’s Next 100 List

2019 breakout performer Regan Smith was named to Time Magazine’s list of 100 people who are rising stars in their fields.

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Texas Men, Florida Women Top Latest CSCAA Dual Meet Polls

The Texas men have overtaken Cal for the #1 spot in the latest CSCAA dual meet poll, while Florida continues to lead Tennessee on the women’s side.

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Finding Focus: How To Communicate Better With Your Aquatic Center’s Designer

At Counsilman-Hunsaker, our design team keeps the ball rolling on their aquatic center design projects because it’s what they do every day – aquatic design.

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